Vice President Mike Pence left the White House in the Monday evening after an hour-long meeting with President Trump, according to The Hill.
The source described it as a “good conversation.”
Mike Pence signaled he’ll spurn demands to immediately oust Donald Trump as the two met and agreed to work together for the remainder of the term, according to a senior administration official told Bloomberg.
The discussion adds to indications that President Trump has no plans to resign before Joe Biden’s Jan. 20 inauguration.
The two men, meeting in the Oval Office, agreed that people who broke into the Capitol don’t represent Trump’s “America First” movement and pledged to continue their work on behalf of the country for the remainder of their term, the official said.
It was a good conversation in which Trump and Pence discussed the week ahead and reflected on the last four years of the administration’s work, the official added.